New Doubletree by Hilton slated to open in 'Turkish Riviera'

Doubletree by Hilton Antalya Kemer is slated open in early 2018 and marks Hilton's first appearance in the heart of the 'Turkish Riviera'

Doubletree by Hilton Antalya Kemer, Turkey.
Doubletree by Hilton Antalya Kemer, Turkey.

Hilton has signed a franchise agreement to open the 324-key Doubletree by Hilton Antalya Kemer, the hotel giant's first resort property in Turkey.

The property, owned by hoteliers Hasançebi İnşaat Turizm Yatırımları ve Ticaret Anonim Şirketi , is slated to open in early 2018 and marks Hilton's first appearance in Antalya - one of the largest coastal resorts on the 'Turkish Riveria'.

The waterfront hotel, which has its own private beach and views of the Western Taurus Mountains, will have six restaurants, four bars, outdoor and indoor swimming pools, spa facilities, a fitness center, a tennis court and three conference rooms.

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Doubletree by Hilton Antalya Kemer will be located at Yeni Mahalle Atatürk Bulvarı, No: 28/1, 07980 Kemer, Antalya.

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